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Interest rate hike unlikely

PETALING JAYA: Bank Negara is unlikely to hike interest rates in 2019 in line with slowing economic growth and subdued inflation, said Fitch Solutions Macro Research.


UK growth falls to five-year low, Bank of England seen delaying rate hike

LONDON: Britain's economy suffered its weakest growth since 2012 in early 2018, with heavy snow only partly to blame, prompting investors to slash their bets on a Bank of England rate rise next month


Obstacles to India’s growth

New Delhi: The recent arrest of Vijay Mallya (pic) highlighted the problem of bad loans in India, but analysts say the tycoon’s unpaid debts are just the tip of an iceberg that is already holding back the country’s economic growth.


Economy grows 4.5% in first quarter

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s economy performed above expectations in the first quarter of 2019 (1Q19) and the country’s foreign investments staged a strong improvement, amid elevated external challenges. However, despite these positive developments, more warnings signs on the economy have begun to crop up.


Morgan Stanley ups Malaysian growth target

PETALING JAYA: International investment bank Morgan Stanley Research has raised its 2014 economic growth forecast for Malaysia to 5.8%, from an earlier projection of 5.1%, on the back of stronger-than-expected exports growth.


Spectre of new US tariffs

Analysts expect worsening trade war to cause slowdown in the global and emerging nations economy too.


More controls in China’s complex economy

WHILE it remains a challenge to understand the headline growth in China, one can conclude the economy is slowing.


World Bank says Malaysian economy should pick up in 2017

PETALING JAYA: The World Bank expects Malaysia’s economy to grow at a slower pace in 2016 from a year ago before picking up slightly in 2017 to 2018 as s commodity prices recover and global economic growth improves.


RHB Research clarifies Malaysia’s CDS spread issue

KUALA LUMPUR: The recent rise in Malaysia’s credit default swap (CDS) spread should not be taken at face value, as it does not reflect the country’s economic fundamentals and does not necessarily mean a rating downgrade any time soon, says RHB Economics Research.